Bare-Root Perennials and Potted Plants

Bare-Root Perennials and Potted Plants
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    Peony White Cap (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201432
    Peony White Cap (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €19,95 €17,06
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    Peony Viking Full Moon (ITOH )
    Sku: 1201424
    Peony Viking Full Moon (ITOH )
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €21,95 €18,77
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    Peony Sorbet (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201398
    Peony Sorbet (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €6,95 €5,94
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    Peony Soft Salmon Saucer (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201383
    Peony Soft Salmon Saucer (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €21,95 €18,77
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    Peony Shirley Temple (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201375
    Peony Shirley Temple (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €5,95 €5,09
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    Peony Sarah Bernhardt (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201359
    Peony Sarah Bernhardt (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €7,95 €6,80
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    Peony Red Charm (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201331
    Peony Red Charm (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €9,95 €8,51
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    Peony Raspberry Sundae (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201330
    Peony Raspberry Sundae (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €9,95 €8,51
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    Peony Purple Spider (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201326
    Peony Purple Spider (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €9,95 €8,51
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    Peony Primevere (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201323
    Peony Primevere (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €7,95 €6,80
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    Peony Prairie Charm (ITOH )
    Sku: 1201320
    Peony Prairie Charm (ITOH )
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €18,95 €16,20
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    Peony Pink Hawaiian Coral (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201313
    Peony Pink Hawaiian Coral (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €5,95 €5,09
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    Peony Peter Brand (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201301
    Peony Peter Brand (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €11,95 €10,22
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    Peony Old Rose Dandy (ITOH )
    Sku: 1201278
    Peony Old Rose Dandy (ITOH )
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €18,95 €16,20
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    Peony Nippon Beauty (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201272
    Peony Nippon Beauty (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €5,95 €5,09
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    Peony Mothers Choice (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201259
    Peony Mothers Choice (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €9,95 €8,51
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    Peony Many Happy Returns (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201232
    Peony Many Happy Returns (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €6,95 €5,94
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    Peony Lollipop (ITOH )
    Sku: 1201212
    Peony Lollipop (ITOH )
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €39,95 €34,16
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    Peony Karl Rosenfield (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201186
    Peony Karl Rosenfield (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €4,95 €4,23
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    Peony Kansas (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201185
    Peony Kansas (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €5,95 €5,09
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    Peony Julia Rose (ITOH )
    Sku: 1201183
    Peony Julia Rose (ITOH )
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €19,95 €17,06
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    Peony Jan van Leeuwen (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201178
    Peony Jan van Leeuwen (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €7,95 €6,80
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    Peony Hillary (ITOH )
    Sku: 1201168
    Peony Hillary (ITOH )
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €21,95 €18,77
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    Peony Green Lotus (Herbaceous)
    Sku: 1201161
    Peony Green Lotus (Herbaceous)
    1 root (3/5 eyes) in package
    €9,95 €8,51
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What is a perennial and why you need it in your garden?

Perennial plants are the type of plants that, unlike annual or biennial flowers, live several years. Trees, bushes, and other thickets are considered to be perennials since they definitely live more than a year. However, the word “perennial” is often used to define other kinds of plants. As such, the term commonly refers to the vegetation that has no woody trunks or consists of very few woody stems. What is great about a perennial is that such a plant can remain sleeping for quite a long time, which cannot be said about annuals and biennials. And at the end of the dormancy period, this plant can easily continue growing and reproducing. There are several types of perennials, and they are classified depending on the kind of their stems and the way they adapt to weather conditions. Some of them live short (3-5 years) and some live long. There are plants that prefer only warm and sunny places and there are such that can cope even with cold winters. So, how many types of them can one categorize? There are hardy, herbaceous, semi-woody, woody, and tender perennials. In what ways are they different? What is so unique about them? Keep reading and you will find the answers below.

Why Are Perennial Flowers so Popular?

Perennial flowers have great fame all over the world, and their popularity is well-deserved. First, these plants look immensely beautiful. Any kind of such flowers will become a good decoration for any garden. There are even gardens that consist of perennials only, and they have a stunning look so that the owners enjoy perfect views every day. Such gardens may comprise tender flowers solely, hardy perennials only, or a mix of them. Apart from a beautiful appearance, a perennial plant gives a multitude of great benefits to the field of gardening. For example, these flowers simply do not let weeds grow on their territory. Thus, people often use perennials to make their gardens weeds-free, which results in a better and more pleasant look. Moreover, their deep roots help to save soil from erosion. What is also great, they can retain nitrogen and prevent it from contaminating soil. Their help is enormous since contamination leads to disastrous consequences for both the environment and people’s health.

Hardy Plants Are a Perfect Solution for Lazy Gardeners

Hardy perennial plants are resistible and can withstand various harsh conditions. Very often, people purchase this type of perennials when they do not want to spend much time over their garden and do not wish to worry whether their flower beds will die because of bad weather. Hardy perennial vegetation includes Clematis, Peony, Daylily, etc. While some most of them fall asleep when it is frosty, some remain active regardless of the season. The most common and beautiful evergreen flowering plants are Rhododendron, Dwarf Yucca, Maney Juniper, Castle Spire Holly, etc. The opposite of hardy plants are tender perennial flowering plants.

Tender flowering perennials will go for demanding gardens

Tender flowers are the best perennial plants for romantic and delicate gardens. If you belong to the kind of individuals that devote a great part of their free time to gardening, tender flowering perennials will become a great choice. However, if you live in an area with harsh winter conditions, you will need to thoroughly overwinter such flowers. Tender perennial garden plants comprise a multitude of flowers, such as Hibiscus, Colocasia, Cordyline, Cow Parsnip, and many others. They vary in size, appearance, and color but require strict and proper care. Therefore, tender plants are the best perennial flowers for garden decoration in mild climatic zones.

Other types of perennials for sale

Herbaceous Flowers

Herbaceous perennials live for a certain period and then, when their flowering season finishes, their foliage falls off. However, the roots remain alive deep in the soil, and, as soon as the next season starts, the foliage will be seen to a human’s eye again. The most common example is the Tulip.

Semi-Woody Perennials

These plants are shrubs with a woody base. They have multiple stems and thin branches with leaves. They may be evergreen or seasonal, and some of them may live in sunny and dry conditions, while others require a shadowy wet environment. As such, Kudzu and Wisteria belong to semi-woody perennials for sale.

Woody Plants

Technically, woody perennials are trees and bushes. If you plant them in a correct and appropriate climatic zone, they do not die each season, however, some of them may have periods of dormancy. This type of perennial plants includes Maple, Pine, and others.

Conclusion

As you can see, all garden perennials have beautiful appearance and perform various useful functions. They can make a great contribution to any garden. You can choose various types of perennials depending on your climatic zone and on the kinds of appearance you prefer. If you wish to decorate your garden with pretty and stylish plants, you should definitely consider purchasing these plants. They will brighten your mood by bringing joyful views into your life!